Ski touring in morocco

What a stark contrast from Marrakech where you find the chain on the horizon of the High Atlas. If the proximity of the Sahara’s hard to make us imagine a country of mountains and snow, Morocco is the most mountainous countries of North Africa.Since the high peaks, where the view is superb, steep slopes and corridors received,the field is well suited to the practice of ski touring
1 MARRAKECH – IMLIL – M’ZIK (1800 M) 2 hours of walking
Arrival at the airport, reception and transfer to the village of Imlil and Me Zik, 1800 m above sea level. Dinner and overnight lodging .
2 M’ZIK (1800 M) – AZIB TAMSOULT (2100 M) – lEPINEY REFUGE (3000 M) Elevation: 1624 + m – 364 m 6-7 hours.
From the village of M’zik to reach the Tizi Mzik (2464 m) passing through pine forests, juniper and pine of Aleppo. Lunch in the mountains, then a cross on the mountainside, we will join the folds of Azib Tamsoult (2100 m) then the Epiney refuge at 3000 m. The comfort of the shelter is fairly rudimentary, but the site is superb as the peaks of Ouanoukrim and Tazarhart to over 4000 m. This is surely the most beautiful mountain huts !
3 REFUGE lEPINEY (3000 M) – BIGUINOUSSÈNE (4000 M) Approximately 7-8 hours of walking.
Mounted on top of Biguinoussène to 4002 m in the valley of Timler, then a little steep valley to the summit. Descent is by the row Tadat either by the same route. Many routes are from the refuge and we will choose the best according to the shape of the participants and their level of skiing .
4 TIZI MELLOUL (3800 M) – TIZI’OUANOUKRIM (3965 M) – NELTNER REFUGE (3207 M) Elevation: 1500 + m – 1250 m. Time: 7 to 8
From the hut, climb to Tizi Melloul to 3800 m. It will cross a small lock with skis on the bag, then put together a beautiful valley dominated by the jagged peaks of AFEL, the Akioud, and Ouanoukrim. Southern slopes downhill to the valley of Ouanoukrim, then increased back to the wild valley to Tizi n’Ouanoukrim 3965 m.The neck is a beautiful lookout on the summit of Toubkal and its satellites as well as the Anti-Atlas in the south. A beautiful valley will take us back to the Neltner refuge to 3207 m after a ski descent of beauty .
5 ASCENT TOUBKAL (4167 M) – SIDI CHAMKAROUCH (2310 M) – IMLIL – TACHDIRTE Altitude: + 960 m – 1857 m 7
Ascent of Toubkal, the highest point in North Africa, at 4167 m. We go up the first steep climb with crampons, and depending on the quality of the snow, we will finish the climb on skis. The summit ridge is the skis back on the bag. Still a magnificent panorama of the peaks of the Atlas. To the north there is the Middle Atlas and Moulouya south, the Anti-Atlas and the desert to the dune Merzougha. Descend the north ridge with crampons or skis, for very good skiers, and then we go down the pass leading to the beautiful valley under the Neltner refuge. 1000 m of turns of beauty! Descent Sidi Chamkarouch (2310 m) and back to Imlil. A local shuttle vehicle will take us by the new road to the village of Tachdirte where the lodging.Tachdirte night .
6 TACHDIRTE – IGUENOUANE (3882 M) – TACHDIRTE Gradients combined: + 1 600 m – 2000 m 8/9H00 .
Another beautiful hike, as we climb to Tizi Likemt to 3555 m. The valley is dominated by the rocky ridges of towering peaks of the Aksoual. The ski descent to the village of Tachedirt (2310 m) is no particular difficulty. In the village, we find our transport back to Imlil. Change of vehicle to return to Marrakech. Overnight at the Riad Dar Saad in the Medina .
7 TACHDIRTE – TIZI LIKEMT (3555 M) – IMLIL – MARRAKECH Altitude: 1600 m – 1600 m 6 to 7:00
Early morning we leave for the summit of which rises to Iguenouane 3882 m, probably one of the best races of the ski area. The rise is in a groove a little narrow and steep at first, then the valley opens to make way for large slopes superb.Panoramic Ifraouane and chain Adrar n’Darn . Descent by the beautiful valley north and return to the village of Tachdirte. Night at the inhabitant .
8 MARRAKECHEnd of our services .
Free Breakfast and visit the city and transfer to airport for departure .


This program may be modified depending on snow conditions or if the group prefers to stay longer at a particular location
English speaking guide and cook
Muleteers and mules for luggage
Full board on trek + mineral water, coffee and tea
Accommodation in a Berber village (gite)
Ground transfers by minibuses/taxis: hotel – trek – hotel
Practicable between: end of November and April
8 days/7 night
Medium to hard
On request
Trek prices may vary depending of the season (High altitude treks)
Prices quoted are per person, based on sharing a twin room/2 person tent (unless otherwise stated) Payment: can be made in € / $ / £ or MAD

Not included:

Travel insurance.
Soft/alcoholic drinks
Tips and personal expenses
Essential Equipment & Clothing:
Good hiking boots or trainers and good socks
Water bottle or camel back (recommended)
Lightweight waterproof over-trousers/rain-pants
Ice axe and crampons (winter)
3 to 4 season sleeping bag
Personal First Aid Kit
Day sack/backpack

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